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Sam became a Physio to combine his interests in health, sport and the human body. In addition to common conditions like back and neck pain, shoulder pain, or headaches, Sam has expertise in sporting injuries, and he particularly enjoys assessing and treating knee injuries.
- Professional Achievements: Winner of the Audrey Simpson Prize (highest academic achievement in Acute Care in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy)
- Extra Studies: Neuromuscular Dry Needling Level 1, APPI Matwork Level 1
- Qualification: Titled APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist, Masters of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports), Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Memberships: Australian Physiotherapy Association, Life member of the Golden Key International Honour Society
Sam’s long history playing soccer and long distance running showed him first-hand how important it is to address any niggles or injuries which may arise. Sam also has past and present experience in working with semi-professional and professional sporting athletes and teams to manage their injuries and prevent recurrences.
After completing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2015, Sam returned to University for his Masters of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports). This allowed him to continue improving his hands-on skills and his ability to problem solve, and as a result provide a clear and holistic plan of treatment for his patients.
Qualifications and Experience
- 07:45am - 06:00pm
- 07:45am - 05:00pm
- 07:45am - 04:00pm
- 07:45am - 06:30pm
- 07:45am - 01:00pm
- Public Holidays:
Directions and parking
Located at 500 Magill Road, we are on the corner of Briant Road in Magill. There is ample parking available and for those using public transport there is a bus stop directly in front of the clinic.